Tag Archives: May-December romance

How to Get Your Older Man to Tell You All His Secrets without Having to Tell Him All of Yours

You’ve prob­a­bly heard the say­ing, “Laugh­ter is the best med­i­cine.” It might actu­ally be true, at least when it comes to spark­ing a new May-December romance. A new study pub­lished in the jour­nal Human Nature found that shar­ing a laugh with some­one makes you (and them)  more likely to open up about per­sonal things with­out even real­iz­ing it. Self-disclosure is impor­tant, because get­ting to know each other is essen­tial for build­ing new […]

Millionaire “Shark Tank” Judge, Robert Herjavec, Dating Hot, Younger Dancer?

Robert Herjavec Dating

When mul­ti­mil­lion­aire Shark Tank judge Robert Her­javec sep­a­rated from his wife of 24 years back in July 2014, he had such a hard time deal­ing with it that he even con­tem­plated sui­cide. But after sign­ing up to com­pete on the lat­est sea­son of Danc­ing with the Stars, Her­javec, 51, may have found the per­fect cure for his heartbreak—a hot new May-December romance with his pro danc­ing part­ner, 38-year-old Kym John­son. The two […]

Why He’ll Trust You More If He’s Older

Can a May-December romance work when he’s a lot older? If you’re a younger woman dat­ing an older man, you’ve prob­a­bly been asked this ques­tion at least once (likely more). After all, why would a young, beau­ti­ful woman choose to date an older man if not for his money? While money might be a con­tribut­ing fac­tor for some women, there’s another big rea­son why older men actu­ally make bet­ter partners—they’re more trust­ing, at […]

Condom Company Reveals Results From Sex Study (Shocking!)

Imag­ine you and your older man are enjoy­ing a roman­tic night in, cel­e­brat­ing your May-December romance in the bed­room, when you hear your phone buzzing on the nightstand—do you answer it? You might be say­ing no, but accord­ing to a study out of the U.K., a lot of adults are guilty of let­ting their smart­phones and gad­gets get in the way of their sex life. The study, which was car­ried out by Durham […]